Dr Ayoub Thakur

Thakur challenged the Kashmir’s accession to India. He strongely opposed the Indra-Abdullah accord in 1975.

Lost Kashmiri History

Dr Ayoub Thakur
Dr Ayoub Thakur was born in 1948 to a humble peasant family  of Pudsoo village in Shopian.  He pursued his education with keen interest and became the first nuclear scientist of the state.

He ventured into the political field in early 1970s as a student leader in the University of Kashmir where he later became a lecturer in the Department of Physics.

He began rallying Kashmiri youth and students and founded ‘Jammu Kashmir Students Islamic Organisation’ in 1974 and continued to be its patron till 1977. The organization later merged with another organisation to form the Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba, which he headed from 1977 to 1981.

He was also the president of Kashmir University Students Union and later also headed the Kashmir University Research Scholars’ Association.

Thakur challenged Kashmir’s accession to India. He strongly opposed the accord between Sheikh Abdullah and Indira Gandhi in 1975. He traveled extensively and mobilized public…

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About ان کی گلیوں میں

Pro-Khilafa. Anti-Democrate. Student of Political Math. Occassional Cook. Writer.
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